As we recently reported, National Labor Relations Board Acting General Counsel Peter Sung Ohr recently gave us a peek behind the curtain at his prosecutorial priorities as General Counsel when he rolled back a number of General Counsel Memoranda issued by his predecessor, Peter Robb. Consistent with that roll back, Ohr recently directed the agency … Continue Reading
Mid-sized businesses (defined as 500 to 10,000 employees) impacted by the Coronavirus may be able to obtain relief loans under the COVID-19 stimulus law, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), but only if non-union employers agree not to oppose the unionization of their workforce for the term of the loan, and … Continue Reading
A recent U.S. Court of Appeals decision has opened the door for attacks on the legality of some neutrality agreements entered into between unions and employers. In Mulhall v. UNITE HERE, Local 355 et al., __ F.3d __ , No. 11-10594 (11th Cir., January 18, 2012), a case backed by the National Right to Work … Continue Reading
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